|Born||Anthony Eugene Clark
October 8, 1955
Los Angeles, California
|Other names||Eugene A. Clark
Eugene Clark (born October 8, 1955) is an American film and television actor.
Eugene was an actor four years before he began playing football. He played college football. He was an all-conference offensive guard at UCLA. He was named to the first All Star teams for both the Pacific Eight and the West Coast Athletic Conferences. He also received All Star All American Honourable Mention Laurels, played in the Hula Bowl and was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the ninth round of the 1975 NFL Draft. He did not appear in a National Football League game, but played in the Canadian Football League in 20 games for the Toronto Argonauts in 1977 and 1978.
Clark's best-known film role was in George A. Romero's Land of the Dead as the head zombie, "Big Daddy". He has a lengthy résumé in American and Canadian television and film, including appearances on Night Heat as Colby, The Twilight Zone, Side Effects, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, and a cameo in Trailer Park Boys: The Movie. He also starred in the VH1 film Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story and in the thriller Legend of the Mountain Witch.
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